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March 12, 2012
Comment period for sites in St. Pete, Stuart/Martin Co. ends March 18.
Festivities begin March 19.
The men were arrested March 10 with 500 pounds of fish, mostly pompano.
FWC Facts:Florida panthers often meticulously cache, or cover, their prey with leaves, grass and sticks. This helps prevent competitors and scavengers from finding and stealing their food.
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